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Tesla's Gigafactory begins production

Although Gigafactory, set to be the world's largest factory, is far from completion, the first batteries are now rolling off the production lines.

Although the huge Gigafactory in Nevada is less than 30 percent complete, production has already started. | Photo: Tesla/PR

Tesla has launched production at Gigafactory, the company's new battery factory in the city of Reno in the US state of Nevada, according to Bloomberg.

The diamond-shaped factory is not yet complete but that is not holding Tesla back from rolling out the first batteries across the production line.

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